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571 vs. West Germany
Tuesday, 29 June 1982
1982 FIFA World Cup Finals Second Phase Group B match one

West Germany 0 England 0 [0-0]
 
 

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Chamartin, Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
Kick-off
(CET): 9.00pm 8.00pm BST
Attendance: 75,000

 kicked-off  minutes : & :
   
   
   
Uli Stielike 68  
World Cup Grandstand: Commentator: John Motson with Jimmy Hill
 

Match Summary

Officials

Germany Squad

Type

England Squad

Referee
Arnaldo
David C├ęzar Coelho
39 (15 January 1943), Rio, Brazil.
  Goal Attempts  
  Attempts on Target  
Linesmen 1 Hit Bar/Post  
Héctor Ortiz
49 (5 April 1933),
Encamación, Paraguay
Rómulo Méndez Molina,
43 (21 December 1938),
Cobán, Guatemala
  Corner Kicks Won  
  Offside Calls Against  
Match Commissioner: J Georges, France
Referee Inspector: F.G. Alvarez, Philippines
  Fouls Conceded  
  Possession  
  

West Germany Team

 
current European Champions Colours: Made by Adidas - White v-necked collared jerseys with black collar/cuffs and Adidas trim, black shorts, white socks with black Adidas trim.

Rank:

No official ranking;
EFO ranking

ELO rating 2nd
Capt: Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Manager: Joséf Derwall, 55 (10 March 1927), appointed in 1978.
West Germany Lineup
1 Schumacher, Harald Anton 28 6 March 1954 G 1. FC Köln 01/07 eV   ᵍᵃ
15 Stielike, Ulrich 27 15 November 1954 DS Real Madrid CF, Spain    
20 Kaltz, Manfred 29 6 January 1953 RB Hamburger SV eV    
4 Förster, Karlheinz H. 23 25 July 1958 CD VfB Stuttgart 1893 eV    
2 Briegel Hans-Peter 26 11 October 1955 LB 1. FC Kaiserslautern eV    
6 Dremmler, Wolfgang 27 12 July 1954 RM FC Bayern München eV    
5 Förster, Bernhard G.J. 26 3 May 1956 CM VfB Stuttgart 1893 eV    
3 Breitner, Paul 30 5 September 1951 CM FC Bayern München eV    
10 Müller, Hans-Peter, off 73rd min. 24 27 July 1957 LM VfB Stuttgart 1893 eV    
13 Reinders, Uwe, off 62nd min 27 19 January 1955 RF Sv Werder Bremen von 1899 eV    
11 Rummenigge, Karl-Heinz 26 25 September 1955 LF FC Bayern München eV    
West Germany Substitutes
7 Littbarski, Pierre M., on 62nd min. for Reinders 22 16 April 1960 RM 1. FC Köln 01/07 eV    
8 Fischer, Klaus, on 73rd min. for Müller 32 27 December 1949 LF 1. FC Köln 01/07 eV    

unused substitutes:

12-Wilfried Hannes, 18-Lothar Matthäus, 21-Bernd Franke.
Manager Jupp Derwall made two West Germany appearances, the first of which was against England as inside-left in December 1954.
 
4(1-3)-4-2 Schumacher -
Stielike -
Kaltz, K.Förster, Briegel -
Dremmler, B.Förster, Breitner, Müller (Fischer) -
Reinders (Littbarski), Rummenigge

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking;
EFO ranking

ELO rating 3rd
Colours: The 1982 Admiral away uniform - red v-necked jerseys with white collars/cuffs with blue/red trim and royal blue/white shoulder panels, white shorts with royal blue side stripe and red seam, white socks with red/blue tops.
England wore a variation of the red jersey, the blue line across the chest was in the middle of the white band, instead of underneath it.
Capt: Mick Mills, seventh captaincy Manager: Ronald Greenwood, 60 (11 November 1921), appointed as caretaker 17 August 1977, permanent on 17 December 1977,
54th match, W 33 - D 11 - L 10 - F 93 - A 40.
England Lineup
22 Shilton, Peter L. 32 18 September 1949 G Nottingham Forest FC 41 28ᵍᵃ
12 Mills, Michael D. 33 4 January 1949 DS Ipswich Town FC 41 0
4 Butcher, Terence I. 23 28 December 1958
in Alexandra Park, Singapore
RB Ipswich Town FC 7 0
18 Thompson, Philip B. 28 21 January 1954 CD Liverpool FC 39 1
17 Sansom, Kenneth G. 23 26 September 1958 LB Arsenal FC 26 0
5 Coppell, Stephen J. 26 9 July 1955 RM Manchester United FC 40 6
16 Robson, Bryan 25 11 January 1957 CM Manchester United FC 22 6
19 Wilkins, Raymond C. 25 14 September 1956 CM Manchester United FC 51 3
15 Rix, Graham 24 13 October 1957 LM Arsenal FC 12 0
8 Francis, Trevor J., off 78th min. 28 19 April 1954 RF Manchester City FC 31 8
11 Mariner, Paul 29 22 May 1953 LF Ipswich Town FC 25 11
England Substitutes
21 Woodcock, Anthony S., on 78th min. for Francis 26 6 December 1955 RF Arsenal FC 23 17 7
6

unused substitutes:

1-Ray Clemence, 9-Glenn Hoddle, 14-Phil Neal, 20-Peter Withe.

substitute notes:

England have now used nineteen substitutes throughout 1981-82, equalling the record set two seasons previously.
 
4(1-3)-4-2 Shilton -
Mills -
Butcher, Thompson, Sansom -
Coppell, Robson, Wilkins, Rix -
Francis
(Woodcock), Mariner

Averages:

Age - Appearances/Goals - -

 

    Match Report by Mike Payne

 

    Match Report by Norman Giller

England and West Germany have had some classic confrontations on the football field, but this was not one of them. The Germans decided on a policy of suffocating defence, and the game deteriorated into a midfield muddle. Bryan Robson came closest to scoring for a England with a first-half header that was tipped over the bar by Schumacher, and the subdued, half-fit Rummenigge threatened to win the match with one moment of brilliance. His sniper shot from twenty-five yards rocked the England crossbar in the closing minutes of a best-forgotten game. England now had to beat Spain by two clear goals to qualify for a place in the semi-finals.

Source Notes

TheFA.com
Original newspaper reports
Rothman's Yearbooks
Mike Payne's England: The Complete Post-War Record (Breedon Books Publishing Company, Derby, U.K., 1993)
Norman Giller
, Football Author

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CG